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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | number, as appears from the Book of Wisdom (Wis. 11:21). ~ 2 1, 10 | Hence, also, in the same book, it is said that ~"intelligence 3 1, 10 | thing, as is ~said in the book De Coelo i. Or to reign 4 1, 16 | Further, Isaac says in his book On Definitions that truth 5 1, 23 | predestination and the book of life. Concerning predestination 6 1, 24 | 24] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE BOOK OF LIFE (THREE ARTICLES)~ 7 1, 24 | ARTICLES)~We now consider the book of life; concerning which 8 1, 24 | inquiry:~(1) What is the book of life?~(2) Of what life 9 1, 24 | Of what life is it the book?~(3) Whether anyone can 10 1, 24 | can be blotted out of the book of life?~Aquin.: SMT FP 11 1, 24 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the book of life is the same as predestination?~ 12 1, 24 | OBJ 1: It seems that the book of life is not the same 13 1, 24 | said, "All things are the book of life" ~(Ecclus. 4:32) - 14 1, 24 | predestination. Therefore the book of life is not ~predestination.~ 15 1, 24 | Civ. Dei xx, 14) that "the book of life is a certain divine 16 1, 24 | divine power. Therefore ~the book of life is not the same 17 1, 24 | predestination. So, if the ~book of life were the same as 18 1, 24 | there should also be a book ~of death, as there is a 19 1, 24 | of death, as there is a book of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP 20 1, 24 | them be ~blotted out of the book of the living. This book 21 1, 24 | book of the living. This book is the knowledge of God, ~ 22 1, 24 | 1/1~I answer that, The book of life is in God taken 23 1, 24 | should be inscribed in a book; ~as, for instance, soldiers, 24 1, 24 | predestined is called the book of life. A ~thing is said 25 1, 24 | eternal life, is called ~the book of life. For as the writing 26 1, 24 | For as the writing in a book is the sign of things to ~ 27 1, 24 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The book of life may be understood 28 1, 24 | thus we now ~speak of the book of life. In another sense 29 1, 24 | to life may be called the book of life; and this ~also 30 1, 24 | Testament are called a book of life; or of things already 31 1, 24 | memory, is spoken of as the book of life. Thus that also 32 1, 24 | also may ~be called the book of war, whether it contains 33 1, 24 | chosen. Whence there is no book of death corresponding ~ 34 1, 24 | to reprobation; as the book of life to predestination.~ 35 1, 24 | Predestination and the book of life are different aspects ~ 36 1, 24 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the book of life regards only the 37 1, 24 | OBJ 1: It seems that the book of life does not only regard 38 1, 24 | the predestined. For the book of life is the knowledge 39 1, 24 | other life. Therefore the book ~of life is so called in 40 1, 24 | of glory is ~called the book of life; so also should 41 1, 24 | devil?" (Jn. 6:71). But the book ~of life is the inscription 42 1, 24 | 1/1~On the contrary, The book of life is the knowledge 43 1, 24 | fail to obtain glory. The book of life ~altogether is only 44 1, 24 | 1/1~I answer that, The book of life, as stated above ( 45 1, 24 | strictly speaking, the book of life regards the life 46 1, 24 | and in ~consequence no book of life: for we do not say 47 1, 24 | there is no ~election, nor a book of life, as regards the 48 1, 24 | said to be written in the book of life simply, but relatively; 49 1, 24 | may be blotted out of the book of life?~Aquin.: SMT FP 50 1, 24 | may be blotted out of the book of life. For ~Augustine 51 1, 24 | cannot ~be deceived, is the book of life." But nothing can 52 1, 24 | be blotted out from the book of life.~Aquin.: SMT FP 53 1, 24 | disposition of that thing. But the book of life is something eternal 54 1, 24 | written a second time in the book of life. Neither therefore 55 1, 24 | be blotted out from the book of ~the living" (Ps. 68: 56 1, 24 | could be blotted out of the book ~of life as a matter of 57 1, 24 | said to be written in the book of life, inasmuch as ~men 58 1, 24 | them be blotted out of the book of the ~living." But because 59 1, 24 | to be blotted out of the book of life is placed ~among 60 1, 24 | blot ~his name out of the book of life" (Apoc. 3:5) (and 61 1, 24 | not blotted out, of the ~book of life is not only to be 62 1, 24 | reality of the fact. For the book of life is the inscription 63 1, 24 | are written down in the book of life simply, ~because 64 1, 24 | never blotted out from the book of life. Those, however, 65 1, 24 | said to be written in the book of life not simply, but ~ 66 1, 24 | to be ~blotted out of the book of life, this blotting out 67 1, 24 | out does not refer to the book of life ~as regards God' 68 1, 24 | the blotting out of the ~book of life refers.~Aquin.: 69 1, 24 | to be blotted out of the book ~of life is that in which 70 1, 30 | Boethius teaches in ~the same book.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 71 1, 31 | Hilary says in the same ~book: "We exclude from God the 72 1, 39 | Life"; and likewise "the book of ~life," according to 73 1, 39 | In the beginning of the book it is written ~of Me," where 74 1, 39 | has a principle. Also the "book of ~life" seems proper to 75 1, 39 | from another"; for ~every book is written by someone. This 76 1, 39 | appropriated to the Son. The "book of life" directly means 77 1, 39 | not of the essence of a book considered ~as such; but 78 1, 41 | Augustine says, in the same book, that, "the Father ~begot 79 1, 41 | His will. Whence in the ~book De Synod, it is said: "If 80 1, 45 | subsisting things. For in the book, De Causis (prop. iv) it 81 1, 45 | measure," mentioned in the Book of ~Wisdom (9:21). For " 82 1, 50 | endeavored to establish in his book of the ~Fount of Life. For 83 1, 50 | This reason is given in the book on the Fount of Life, and ~ 84 1, 58 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the book De Causis it is stated that " 85 1, 61 | as is laid down ~in the book De Causis. Therefore the 86 1, 69 | power, ~not only in the Book of Genesis, but also Job 87 1, 70 | as is ~shown in the same book (text. 27). Therefore the 88 1, 75 | Is what is written in the book De Eccl. Dogm. xvi, ~xvii: " 89 1, 76 | contrary, It is said in the book De Ecclesiasticis Dogmatibus 90 1, 77 | body. For we read in the book De Spiritu et Anima that ~" 91 1, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: That book has no authority, and so 92 1, 39 | Life"; and likewise "the book of ~life," according to 93 1, 39 | In the beginning of the book it is written ~of Me," where 94 1, 39 | has a principle. Also the "book of ~life" seems proper to 95 1, 39 | from another"; for ~every book is written by someone. This 96 1, 39 | appropriated to the Son. The "book of life" directly means 97 1, 39 | not of the essence of a book considered ~as such; but 98 1, 41 | Augustine says, in the same book, that, "the Father ~begot 99 1, 41 | His will. Whence in the ~book De Synod, it is said: "If 100 1, 46 | subsisting things. For in the book, De Causis (prop. iv) it 101 1, 46 | measure," mentioned in the Book of ~Wisdom (9:21). For " 102 1, 51 | endeavored to establish in his book of the ~Fount of Life. For 103 1, 51 | This reason is given in the book on the Fount of Life, and ~ 104 1, 59 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the book De Causis it is stated that " 105 1, 62 | as is laid down ~in the book De Causis. Therefore the 106 1, 70 | power, ~not only in the Book of Genesis, but also Job 107 1, 71 | as is ~shown in the same book (text. 27). Therefore the 108 1, 74 | Is what is written in the book De Eccl. Dogm. xvi, ~xvii: " 109 1, 75 | contrary, It is said in the book De Ecclesiasticis Dogmatibus 110 1, 76 | body. For we read in the book De Spiritu et Anima that " 111 1, 76 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: That book has no authority, and so 112 1, 77 | attribute ~this action in his book De sensu et sensibilibus ( 113 1, 78 | of powers. Moreover, that book is not of ~great authority.~ 114 1, 81 | have faith in what that book says. Whence the answer 115 1, 83 | species: wherefore in the book De ~Causis it is said that " 116 1, 87 | many ~virtues in the tenth book, he concludes (Ethic. i, 117 1, 88 | local distance. In the same book he expressly sets ~down 118 1, 88 | Augustine says in the same book. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 119 1, 88 | Augustine says in the same book. And so it may be said ~ 120 1, 92 | as when we say, ~"This book is made (like) to that one." 121 1, 114 | opinion of Avicebron in his ~book on The Fount of Life, where, 122 2, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In his book on Ethics the Philosopher 123 2, 6 | Gregory ~of Nyssa in his book on Man (Nemesius, De Nat. 124 2, 7 | properly set forth in the third book of ~Ethics?~Aquin.: SMT 125 2, 12 | For it is ~said in the book of Prosper's Sentences ( 126 2, 23 | Avicenna declares in his sixth book of Physics. Now ~approach 127 2, 25 | Avicenna observes in the sixth book of his Physics. Accordingly, 128 2, 49 | be ~clearly seen in the Book of the Predicaments (Categor. 129 2, 49 | disposition," as is stated in the Book ~of the Predicaments (Categor. 130 2, 49 | Philosopher says in the Book of Predicaments ~(Categor. 131 2, 49 | Philosopher says in the Book of the Predicaments ~(Categor. 132 2, 49 | Philosopher says in the Book of the Predicaments ~(Categor. 133 2, 49 | The Philosopher in the Book of Predicaments (Categor. 134 2, 50 | Philosopher says in the Book of Predicaments (De ~Categor. 135 2, 50 | health and sickness in the Book on the Predicaments not 136 2, 50 | as is said in the same book, is "the order of that which 137 2, 59 | as he says in the same book. Now ~health is incompatible 138 2, 65 | as stated in the same book. Therefore the other virtues ~ 139 2, 66 | say, as stated in the same book (Ethic. ~vi), that prudence 140 2, 73 | which Cicero adopts in the ~book on Paradoxes (Paradox. iii), 141 2, 82 | contrary, Augustine says in his book on the Baptism of infants ~( 142 2, 85 | which is mentioned in this book of ~Augustine, includes 143 2, 91 | and the writing of the Book of Life are eternal. But 144 2, 92 | Philosopher says in the second book of ~the Politics (Ethic. 145 2, 94 | it is stated in the same book that ~nothing is so universally 146 2, 103 | Bar 4:1): "This is the book of ~the commandments of 147 2, 106 | and elsewhere, in the same book (xxi): "What ~else are the 148 2, 109 | Augustine says, in the same book, for this it is necessary ~ 149 2, 110 | as Augustine says in his book on the ~Predestination of 150 2, 111 | and understanding in every book and wisdom." Hence it ~is 151 2, 112 | saying of Augustine in his book on the Predestination of ~ 152 2, 13 | Holy Ghost," and in his book De unico Baptismo (De ~Bap. 153 2, 14 | understanding in every ~book, and wisdom."~Aquin.: SMT 154 2, 22 | question in Q[17]~of the First Book, and concludes that charity 155 2, 23 | as Augustine says in his book on ~the Predestination of 156 2, 26 | as ~he says in the same book. Therefore God is to be 157 2, 38 | knowledge, as stated in the Book on Strategy ~[*Stratagematum 158 2, 49 | Further, as stated in the same book (10), {synesis} (judging 159 2, 52 | sins, as appears from the book of Leviticus. Yet no sacrifice 160 2, 75 | gave the just price for a book to a man who ~through ignorance 161 2, 76 | the case of the ~loan of a book.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 162 2, 76 | vices, as stated in the same book (ch. 5). Now a usurer sins 163 2, 81 | Augustine states in the same book (De Serm. Dom. in ~Monte 164 2, 93 | sixteenth homily on the Book of Numbers]: "There is an 165 2, 93 | the ~eye when one opens a book, all of which are named " 166 2, 94 | and understanding in every book, and ~wisdom." Now the observances 167 2, 98 | appears from Augustine's ~book on heretics.~Aquin.: SMT 168 2, 99 | the Philosopher, in his ~book on the Categories (Cap. 169 2, 107 | Second and in the Fourth ~Book of Ethics places truth among 170 2, 109 | farther"; and Ambrose in his book on the Patriarchs (De Abraham 171 2, 115 | As Augustine says in his book De Disciplina Christi (Tract. ~ 172 2, 140 | and understanding in every book and ~wisdom." Therefore 173 2, 151 | Philosopher says in the same book (De Gener. Anim. ~i, 18), " 174 2, 156 | as Seneca proves in ~the book he wrote on anger (De Ira 175 2, 160 | introduced by Augustine into his book De ~Nat. et Grat., not as 176 2, 171 | Prophets can read in the book of God's foreknowledge in ~ 177 2, 171 | prophets are said to read the book of God's ~foreknowledge, 178 2, 171 | vision, as stated in the same book (Gen. ad ~lit. xii, 6) is 179 2, 172 | the prophets "read in the ~book of foreknowledge," as a 180 2, 172 | might also be replied [*The Book of Ecclesiasticus was not 181 2, 172 | 8:1): "Take thee a great book and write in it with a man' 182 2, 172 | too, wrote a prophetic book about the end of ~the Church; 183 2, 173 | decision, not only in his book (De ~videndo Deum), but 184 2, 179 | Philosopher says in the same book. Accordingly, as it ~was 185 2, 182 | former." Again in the same book ~(ch. 5) he says: "If you 186 2, 182 | with ~the purpose of that book wherein he consoles himself 187 3, 1 | exception to this reply in his book (De Perseverantia ix), says: " 188 3, 3 | thus Anselm says in the book De ~Concep. Virg. (Cur Deus 189 3, 25 | quoted by Jerome in the book he wrote against him (ch. 190 3, 31 | the commencement of his book, beginning from ~Abraham 191 3, 31 | as it is stated in the book De Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test. 192 3, 34 | contrary, Augustine says in his book on the Trinity (Gregory: ~ 193 3, 35 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the book on the birth of our Saviour [* 194 3, 35 | Consequently the narrative of this book, ~which is apocryphal, is 195 3, 35 | As says the author of the book De Qq. Nov. et Vet. Test., ~" 196 3, 36 | Further, we read in the book De Infantia Salvatoris that 197 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The book De Infantia Salvatoris is 198 3, 36 | say, as may be read in the book De Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test., 199 3, 39 | at the beginning of his book. And Chrysostom proves this ( 200 3, 42 | Augustine says in the same book: "Christ is the head of ~ 201 3, 43 | feast. For we read in the book De ~Infantia Salvatoris 202 3, 45 | said to be taken from a book entitled On the ~Marvels 203 3, 46 | Hence Augustine in his book on the grace of the Old 204 3, 46 | Arbe, as we read in the book of Jesus ~Ben Nave." But 205 3, 48 | farther on in the same book, "the primitive sacrifices 206 3, 54 | condemns this in the ~same book, because Christ's body was 207 3, 54 | Augustine says in the same book: "Perchance by reason of ~ 208 3, 55 | entertained. and ~in the Book of Tobias, of the angel 209 3, 60 | Dionysius also proves ~in his book on the heavenly hierarchy ( 210 3, 60 | of the prophecy ~of this book: if any man shall add to 211 3, 60 | plagues written in this book. And if any man shall take 212 3, 60 | away his part out of the book of life." Therefore it seems ~ 213 3, 62 | is invested by means of a book, an abbot by ~means of a 214 3, 62 | money. In like manner the ~book is a sign of the conferring 215 3, 65 | last chapter of the second Book of ~Paralipomenon (cf. 2 216 3, 67 | one write one part of a ~book, and the other write the 217 3, 67 | speech to say: "We wrote this book," but the figure of synecdoche 218 3, 68 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, in the book De Eccl. Dogm. xli, it is 219 3, 68 | Wherefore Augustine ~says in his book on Penance (Serm. cccli) 220 3, 68 | As Augustine says in his book on Infant Baptism (De Pecc. ~ 221 3, 68 | as ~Augustine says in his book on Penance (Serm. cccli). 222 3, 68 | as Augustine says in his book on Infant Baptism (De Pecc. 223 3, 69 | Wherefore Augustine says in his book on Infant ~Baptism (De Pecc. 224 3, 69 | As Augustine says in the book on Infant Baptism (De Pecc. ~ 225 3, 69 | contrary, Augustine says in the book on Infant Baptism (De Pecc. ~ 226 3, 69 | sense Augustine says in the book on Infant ~Baptism (Ep. 227 3, 69 | As Augustine says in his book on Charity (Ep. Joan. ad ~ 228 3, 69 | as Augustine says in a book on the Presence of God, 229 3, 75 | as Augustine says in his book on ~the Creed (Tract. xxvi 230 3, 75 | contrary, Augustine says in his book on the Sentences of Prosper ~( 231 3, 75 | OBJ 1: As is said in the book De Causis, an effect depends 232 3, 78 | observes at the close of his book on the ecclesiastical ~hierarchy; 233 3, 79 | Consequently, as is said in the book De Eccles. Dogm.: "If the 234 3, 80 | Further, Augustine in his book De Verbis Domini (Serm. 235 3, 80 | For Augustine says in his book De Remedio Penitentiae ( 236 3, 80 | Augustine says in the same book, "the fact that our Lord ~ 237 3, 83 | are not written in the Book of Life of the Lamb, which 238 3, 83 | you will find in the third book of Kings" (8:66).~Aquin.: 239 3, 84 | Further, Augustine says in his book De Poenitentia [Cf. Serm. ~ 240 3, 84 | Augustine uses the term in his book De ~Poenitentia (Serm. cccli).~ 241 3, 84 | contrary, Augustine says in his book, De Poenitentia [*De vera 242 3, 84 | contrary, Augustine says in his book on Penance [*De vera et ~ 243 3, Note| commentary on the Fourth Book of the Sentences of Peter 244 3, Note| commentary on the Fourth Book of the Sentences of Peter 245 Suppl | GATHERED FROM HIS COMMENTARY ON BOOK IV OF THE SENTENCES (QQ[ 246 Suppl, 37| alone, by ~his receiving the book of the Gospels, and this 247 Suppl, 37| impressed at the handing of ~the book.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 248 Suppl, 41| as stated in the Second Book (Sent. ii, D, 40, Q[1], 249 Suppl, 49| pertain to faith, although the Book of ~Sentences mentions that 250 Suppl, 49| was stated in the Second ~Book (Sent. ii, D, 40; FS, Q[ 251 Suppl, 49| as stated in the ~Second Book (Sent. ii, D, 24). Now whoever 252 Suppl, 54| disproved in the Second Book (Sent. ii, D, ~30: FP, Q[ 253 Suppl, 65| Further, Ambrose says in his book on the patriarchs (De Abraham 254 Suppl, 69| men, ~as Augustine, in the book quoted above, relates of 255 Suppl, 69| instances ~related in the fourth book of the Dialogues. There 256 Suppl, 70| OBJ 1: Some deny that this book is Augustine's: for it is 257 Suppl, 70| as nearly throughout that book, as ~one inquiring and not 258 Suppl, 70| As stated in the first book (Sent. i, D, 3, qu. 4), 259 Suppl, 72| beginning of the ~Second Book (Sent. ii, D, 4, qu. 1, 260 Suppl, 76| Commentator observes on the First Book of Physics and in De ~Substantia 261 Suppl, 77| examined in the ~Second Book (Sent. ii, D, 30); wherefore 262 Suppl, 77| may be seen in the Second ~Book (Sent. ii, D, 30; FP, Q[ 263 Suppl, 84| cannot read a thing in a book, unless it be marked ~down 264 Suppl, 84| it be marked ~down in the book: and sin leaves its mark 265 Suppl, 84| conscience will be as a book containing his deeds on 266 Suppl, 84| were opened: and another book was opened, which is the 267 Suppl, 84| was opened, which is the book of ~life; and the dead were 268 Suppl, 84| written in the ~books [Vulg.: 'book'], according to their works." 269 Suppl, 84| the code of law." But the book ~of life, of which the text 270 Suppl, 84| is said to be one single book, because the one Divine ~ 271 Suppl, 84| his deeds, is called the "book of life" [*Cf. FP, ~Q[24], 272 Suppl, 84| conscience, and by the second book we may understand the Judge' 273 Suppl, 84| the ~judgment a material book should be read containing 274 Suppl, 84| measure the size of such a book, or the time it would take 275 Suppl, 85| De Civ. Dei xx) that the book of life ~which is mentioned 276 Suppl, 85| that "if we suppose the book, from the pages of which 277 Suppl, 85| Apoc. 20, to be a material book, who will be ~able to conceive 278 Suppl, 85| required for ~the reading of a book that contains the entire 279 Suppl, 85| were written in a material ~book. Hence, probably we should 280 Suppl, 85| Augustine says in the same book (Ep. ad Hesych. cxcix). 281 Suppl, 85| vi, 7) and in Jerome's book De Viris Illustribus lii.~ 282 Suppl, 86| will ~be judged: thus a book containing the law might 283 Suppl, 86| who read every day the book of wisdom, transcribe, so 284 Suppl, 89| says the contrary in his book On ~the Intelligence, as 285 Suppl, 94| the earth, to open the book": where the words "in heaven" 286 Suppl, 96| As Augustine says in the book quoted above (De Civ. Dei ~


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